Is A Bad Hay Fever Season On The Cards?

Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen that causes the immune system to release inflammatory chemicals, in particular histamine, which is responsible for most of these symptoms. Tree pollen affects sufferers in the spring, with grass pollen taking over from May onwards.

This year, news reports are warning that Britain is facing a drought due to a lack of April showers and an unseasonably dry winter. So, the question for many allergy sufferers is: How will these dry conditions affect us?

Dust Mite Allergy: Could Nasaleze Provide The Solution?

Dust mites come in right behind pollen as the second most common cause of allergic reactions. A protein contained in dust mite faeces and skin sheddings can prompt reactions that range from the mild (itchy nose) to the extreme (severe asthma). For many people who have a dust mite allergy, a powdered plant extract may be the only defence they need. In previous e-Alerts I’ve told you about several trials that have tested a remarkable product called Nasaleze…

The Link Between Mental Illness and Food Allergies

The abnormal reactions present in ‘brain allergy’ have been documented in medical literature since the 1950s. Since then the close connection between mental and physical health has been clinically studied. As clinical evidence begins to make the case clearer and clearer, awareness and acceptance of brain allergies among orthodox doctors and psychiatrists has continued to grow – very slowly, I may add.